Selling Sunset is in its second season on Netflix and fans have come to love the real estate agents at The Oppenheim Group. One of the main cast members is Christine Quinn, who started her career in fashion and entertainment. The star has spoken exclusively to Express.co.uk about what her dream job would be.
What is Christine Quinn’s dream job?
Quinn moved from Texas to LA to enter the world of real estate, following a successful career as an entertainment.
She featured in Vogue magazine and other publications, before travelling the world for a couple of years.
Whilst on her travels, it was her love for design and architecture which led her back to the US to pursue a real estate career.
Quinn knows how to do business with some of Hollywood’s most elite buyers, but is real estate her dream job?
Speaking to Express.co.uk she said: “My dream job has always been to entertain people.
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“I have a background in modeling and acting. I always thought it would be so cool to be able to be myself on TV.
“Now, I am loving that my dream became a reality. I think there is so much more to come. Moving forward, I want to be my own boss, create my own narrative and edit myself. That is my goal.”
From what she said it sounds as if Quinn one day hopes to go solo in the world of entertainment, without being directed by others.
She also told Express.co.uk one of the hardest parts of real estate was the lack of an actual salary.
The work is commission based and she found it “extremely frustrating” that they do not get paid unless they sell a home.
“We tell production what we have going on in our personal life and work life. They also know of any events or parties we have planned, and then work on what will be covered weekly.”
Season three, which is due to air in August, will most likely give viewers insight into Quinn’s wedding with husband Christian.
The fashionista is still able to take part in fabulous photo shoots and she updates fans on her Instagram account.
She may fancy a solo career in the future but for now, she seems happy enough surrounded by her Oppenheim family.
Ahead of the release of season two, she said: “We laughed, we cried, new friendships were formed and some fell apart.
“In addition to a new cast member, this season was so real and raw. We shared so much more of our personal lives with each and every one of you.
“So I hope you appreciate getting to know us on a deeper level. This season is bigger and better than ever with no drama spared.”
She posted the message on Instagram alongside a photo of herself with co-stars Chrishell Stause, Mary Fitzgerald, Davina Potratz, Maya Vander and Heather Rae Young.
Quinn loves to stand out from the crowd, so she is expected to have an even bigger role in season three.
Selling Sunset is available to watch on Netflix now